Aloha fine friends of Epsilonlab! This month, true to the blissful nature of July, The man from British Colombia brings us something truly special. Were talking of course about the one and only Paul Keeley and his intergalactic, funktastic live set from Elektra- Quebec City. There really is no one way to define this mix other than to say it will give you exactly what your looking for and more- no matter your specific tastes. You see, Paul manages to breeze through bubbly- tech house, lush- bumpy prog, deep- moody grooves and right on up through the tuff stuff. Pauls mixing and transitions glide unwaveringly like the onset of a designer drug and pull you into a state of summery splendorfresh, ripe and unlimited. The mix takes all sorts of new turns keeping you guessing- but at the same time leaving you locked in a funk-laced vortex. Yes this is a mix for the summer dancefloors, the long winding train trips through the European countryside, the city night light car journeys, or those headphone adventures yet to be embarked on. Luckily for us all, this incredible mix is available just in time for the peak of summer. Do yourself a favor and save this target as It will bring you a thousand smiles
Date 2005-07-19 00:00:00Source www.epsilonlab.comRun time 1h15See also MusicBrainz (release group); MusicBrainz (release); Discogs (release)
August 17, 2005
Great jumpy techno
This longish mix really keeps me staying awake in my little work cubicle. Good upbeat stuff, never a dull moment. I think it collects several of Keeley's shorter pieces and puts it in one piece.